[quote=“JEWilliams, post:10, topic:48082”]
with all of that added together, we can also call him crazy… I think you’re trying a little too hard to start an argument over me saying “I’m sure he’s crazy”… I think an argument over name calling is childish. Regardless of what anyone calls him, the main is clearly not within his right mind, luckily he didn’t do something worst, and he should be treated as dangerous.
Anyway, I can call him whatever I want. This is America, deal with it.
[/quote]Ohhh, My Word, aren’t we defensive? Sure, call him whatever, since being a liberal absolves you from the task of being factual.
You liberals call me crazy for being conservative. Your ilk calls soldiers returning with PTSD crazy. Anyone you want to deny gun rights to, is deemed crazy.
I have an autistic daughter you’d likely call crazy, yet she is probably more grounded in reality than any of us. The argument is not whether someone who commits heinous crimes is crazy. It is about if those you call crazy are responsible for their actions. This man was “crazy” from your point of view, but that is not backed up by the facts. He is simply following the tenets of a religion that has convinced him that Americans are evil, and deserve to be murdered. That isn’t crazy, it is evil.
Now, if you really want ammunition to come after me, I’ll be glad to supply that.
Islam is an evil religion, following an evil false “prophet”, seeking to terrorize those who object to their evil beliefs. Those who terrorize the world are truly following the Islamic scriptures. Those who don’t, try to convince us that their scriptures do not say what we can verify that they say. They lie to advance Islam, yearn for a world domination of the Islamic State, and are willing to die in that endeavor.
That isn’t crazy, it is evil.